Urgent Requirement For EFL Instructors in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2011-10-24 | Writer: Virtual Vision Solutions | Email: [email protected]

We are an international manpower recruitment company in Saudi Arabia. We have secured several staffing contracts with different government universities and colleges in Saudi Arabia and we are currently recruiting male EFL Instructors for December 2011.    Job Requirements:    1. Teachers must be English native speakers    2. Must have certificate/s in EFL, ESL, TEFL, TESL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA, etc.with basic degree (preferably in English, Journalism, Mass Communications, Linguistics or relevant English studies).    3. A candidate with Masters Degree or PHD in English or Linguistics is an added advantage.    4. With minimum of 2 years teaching experience.        Remuneration:    Monthly salary package of US$ 4,000 (SAR 15,000) tax free plus overtime hourly basis, free air conditioned furnished accommodation including basic utilities, local transportation from residence to work and vice-versa .No airfare is provided as it is included in the monthly salary package.    Interested candidates are advised to apply in full confidence with the following documents;    1. CV in MS-Word format with recent photograph    2. Scanned copy of academic & ESL related certificates.    3. Scanned copy of your Passport    If you are interested and available to join us by early December 2011, please e-mail your resume to the e-mail address given on the job heading.    Regards    Syed Shoyeb Hyder    Project Coordinator    Virtual Vision Solutions    Al-Khobar    Saudi Arabia    Tel: +966 3 88 77 207 Ext: 442    Fax: +966 3 88 77 240    Mob: +966 555 090 271

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Unit 2 provided a cursory grammar overview, for the most part, in my estimation, through a deductive approach---with rules first stated, followed by examples in sentences. Though rules abound, exceptions to such rules are plentiful, making the teaching (and learning) of grammar so incredibly difficult. None the less, this unit is a valuable reference that I will certainly refer back to in the future.The unit provided relevant insight to appropriate behavior in a foreign country and also how to prepare for the challenge. It also gave some good examples of how to set out your cv and appropriate questions to ask at an interview. It also highlighted the importance to be aware what is acceptable behavior to of other cultures and how to approach the learners and staff, taking care not to offend anyone.